Breaking : No. 1 Defensive Tackle in the Transfer Portal Name LSU As His Preferred Destination And Announces Official Visit

LOOK: LSU’s official visit features the top defensive tackle in the Transfer Portal.
After spending several days in Baton Rouge, Williams will end his visit on Wednesday.
According to sources who spoke with LSU Country, the LSU football team hosted the top defensive tackle in the NCAA Transfer Portal for an official visit on Monday. The change in dates was originally noticed by Shea Dixon of On3.

The top uncommitted defensive lineman available in the free agency market, Damonic Williams, had originally planned to start his visit to Baton Rouge on Tuesday, but he arrived on Monday instead.
Even though the TCU transfer has changed his visitation schedule multiple times in the past week, the Tigers were still able to get a look at the highly sought-after athlete despite his hectic schedule.

Williams traveled to Texas last week to spend several days with the Texas Longhorns before heading to Oklahoma to see the Sooners. Those with knowledge of Williams’ recruitment say that the two consecutive trips raised the bar.


He was scheduled to visit Boulder for an official visit with Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffs shortly after his trip to Oklahoma. Williams postponed the visit in order to spend the weekend in Missouri for an official.

Having already rearranged his schedule to include stops in Texas, Oklahoma, and Missouri, Williams will conclude his official visit to LSU.

According to sources who spoke with LSU Country, Williams made his way to the Baton Rouge campus on Monday and started his multi-day stay with Brian Kelly and colleagues. This will be his last visit before closing things down.

By the end of this week, the well-liked transfer from TCU is expected to make a commitment choice; Thursday is anticipated to be the day of the decision, though things could change at any time.

For the time being, Williams and defensive line coach Bo Davis will be in Baton Rouge to observe LSU in order to evaluate what the Tigers can offer Williams in terms of both on- and off-field opportunities.

During the previous campaign, Williams recorded 33 stops, including 5.0 sacks and 5.0 for loss. He still has two years of eligibility left. He recorded 4.5 sacks, 9.5 TFL, and 60 tackles in his stint in Fort Worth.

Williams is expected to find a new home with a variety of possibilities after two seasons with the Horned Frogs; but, after four visits, he will select between the Longhorns, Sooners, and Tigers.

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